EOTC 2021 – European Operations Technical Conference – IBM Lab Böblingen 19.-23.04.2021

EOTC 2021 – European Operations Technical Conference – IBM Lab Böblingen 19.-23.04.2021

19.04.2021 14:00 - 23.04.2021 17:00
IBM Deutschland Research & Development GmbH
Phone:+49 7031 160
Address: Schönaicher Str. 220, 71032 Böblingen, Deutschland

Die diesjährige EOTC Conference wurde dieses Jahr als Online-Event geplant! Die Vorbereitungen laufen. Hier schon mal die Basis-Infos zum Event:

IBM would like to invite you to our next GSE European Operations Technical Conference (GSE EOTC) in 2021 hosted online by IBM Germany Research & Development GmbH.

The agenda covers exciting enhancements within the IBM Z Service Management portfolio, including Z System Automation, Z NetView, Service Management Unite, Z ChatOps, the IBM Z Service Management Suite and Z Service Automation Suite, OMEGAMON, Workload Scheduler, and GDPS.

IBM will share with you our IBM Z Systems Management Strategy and showcase recent offering updates. A key part of the conference will be design discussions, sharing best practices, and the possibility to have hands-on experience with our solutions.

GSE EOTC 2021 conference dates: Monday, April 19th, 2pm CET to Friday, April 23th, 2021, 5pm.

This year’s online conference will have sessions in European afternoon hours. The conference is free of charge.
Conference language will be English.


For more information contact
Ulrich Hild
IBM Deutschland Research & Development GmbH, Germany.
System Automation for z/OS Development
e-mail:   ulrich_hild@de.ibm.com

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